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UK 'secret mass data exploitation programme'

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A data analytics operation working from the Home Office is collecting information on millions of people, including children under 13, according to documents surfaced after a Freedom of Information Act request.

The data collected by the government’s Data Services & Analytics unit, a part of the Home Office’s Digital, Data and Technology department, includes people’s names, identification numbers, location data and online identifier.

It also includes “sensitive data or data of a highly personal nature” such as criminal convictions, race or ethic origin, health data, and “finger print and face recognition” information.

UK Independent report

Wired magazine

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Well we’ve all just done a census so yeah, boo the government knowing all about us.

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